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With 4,00,000 years of human habitation, Istanbul is a melting pot of rich culture and history. The location of the city at the edge of Europe and Asia makes it a beautiful amalgamation of  mystic beauty of eastern culture and the tinge of a contemporary carnival. Istanbul has a personality of a storyteller who unfolds its beauty, people, food, architecture and culture one at a time. Istanbul boasts the historical charm of Hagia Sophia, picturesque architecture of the Blue Mosque, splendid shorelines with avant garde restaurants like Ulus 29 and Mikla overlooking  impeccable scenic views.

The Bosphorus strait holds the division between the two continents making it a perfect line of fusion. You can keep walking across the Istiklal Avenue and Grand Bazaar to enjoy the local shopping experience. Climb all the way up to the top of Galata and Maiden tower to witness the mesmerizing view of the city. Explore the magical elements inside the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and get mesmerised with the beauty of the Basilica Cistern.
Istanbul city will keep fascinating you with all kinds of experiences with every passing day. From drinking the Turkish chai, relaxing in the Hammam to taking the tour of the city in the hot air balloon, cruising the Bosphorus and cycling around the Prince Islands,  Istanbul will give you the time of your life.

Istanbul tourism is undoubtedly at its peak most times of the year as it is topographically diverse and experiences sub climates in different parts of the city. The best time to visit Istanbul is between the months of March to May and September to November to experience the comfortable temperature. The summer months experience extremely high temperatures with humidity and temperature can go as low as minus 15 degrees during winters.

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The historical region in Central Anatolia, the heartland of what is now known as Turkey, Cappadocia City is bounded by historical regions of Lycaonia to the Southwest, and Galatia to Northwest. Also, you will have the opportunity of experiencing this spectacular land to its fullest. Valley, Hills, all types of rocks, and chimney formations in vibrant colors display traces of the history that today offers grounds for amazing activities far away from the hustle and bustle of metropolitan cities.   

There is a reason behind the popularity of Cappadocia Tourism among local and international visitors too as there are many sightseeing attractions to witness in the city like Byzantine era rock-cut churches along with spectacular frescoes, villages carved out of hillsides, and also the labyrinthine underground cities, where once the early Christians hid from the invaders. Whether you are visiting here with your friends or family, you will have the best time of your life at this mesmerizing place that is dotted with substantial rock formations and crisscrossed with spectacular valleys. 

Lucky for you, Cappadocia is the magical wonderland filled with numerous exciting things to do that both history buffs and nature lovers can appreciate. There is a lot of hiking in this city that will at least take you 1 week to explore every diverse hiking trail here. Also, you can have an amazing hot air balloon ride that will live up to your expectations. Due to the high altitude and inland location, this city has a noticeably continental climate, along with snowy cold winters and dry hot summers. It is hugely semi-arid and rainfall is infrequent in the region. Both the winter and summer season in Cappadocia can have severe cold and heat. Although there is often snow accumulation of about 20-30 cm, it won’t hinder sightseeing trips held in the area.

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Antalya

Antalya City is one of the prominent and modern cities of Turkey that has a number of tourist sites. As the city encompasses the Mediterranean coastline, it has plenty of stunning beaches and scenic destinations for the tourists. Some of the regions have mountains on the backdrop along with the blue sea which makes them even more alluring. The mesmerizing waterfalls, rivers and lush green of Antalya are exceptional.

An inevitable part of Antalya tourism is the rich past of the province. As Antalya had been a part of Byzantine, Ottoman, Greek and Roman Empires over the course of history, the tourist destinations here share a rustic past from the time they were built. There are remnants of ancient cities that give a lively feeling of how these cities of ancient Antalya had flourished once. There are various museums that exhibit the excavation findings from these sites in a sophisticated manner in order to simplify the otherwise complicated history of Antalya. The Old town Kaleici is particularly a major attraction of Antalya as it is a blend of the primeval Ottoman Empire as well as modernities.

Besides the natural beauty and historical places, Antalya also has a zestful nightlife. The city comes alive with the beats of music at the clubs, bars, and pubs. If you want to feel the essence of Turkey then you must visit the local bazaars of Antalya that keep buzzing with the locals and vendors. Since Antalya experiences a large number of tourists every year for various reasons, the city has got some most eloquent resorts and hotels which is why it is also known as the resort city. If you plan to visit Antalya then you must book a resort with a sea-facing because these are the ones that will give you the real pleasure of being at Antalya.

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Edirne

Edirne used to be the capital of the Ottoman empire before Constantinople was conquered by Mehmet II. He then decided to relocate his court there. The city is endowed with a notable culinary heritage, imperial building stock as well as much cherished and lingering sense of civic grandeur.

Located close to the Bulgarian and Greek borders, the city has a charming European flavour which is best appreciated during the summer when the locals come here to party on the banks of the Meriç Rivers and Tunca to cheer and hoot for the contestants at the most renowned and famous K?rkp?nar oil wrestling festival. The European flavour of the city is evident not only from the architecture but also from the very lifestyle of the people living here and the culinary delights and dishes too have a taste and aroma influenced by the European dishes. So, if you want to find yourself closer to Europe, this beautiful city of Turkey, does deserve a visit. 

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Izmir

Izmir city, also known as Smyrna, is the third largest city in the Aegean coast of Turkey. It was established by the Greeks, taken over by the Romans, and restored by Alexander the Great until becoming a member of the 15th century Ottoman Empire. The beautiful city of Izmir Turkey is the third most populous city in Turkey, after Istanbul and Ankara and the second largest urban agglomeration on the Aegean Sea after Athens, Greece.The modern Izmir city is full of historical sites with more than 3000 years of urban history and up to 8500 years of human settlement since the Neolithic period. 

Izmir Turkey has a Mediterranean climate which mostly has hot and dry summers, mild in cold and rainy in winters. The vast variety of rainfall is experienced from the months of November through March. There is very little or no rainfall during June through August. The maximum temperature during the winter months is usually between 10 and 16 degrees Celsius. Asansor is among the most popular places in Izmir Turkey and when you stroll from the seaside about 20 minutes away you can easily spot it.

Konak is also among the list of top tourist attractions which is known as Izmir's nucleus. The best-known sight is the clock tower, Izmir's sign and Kemeralti is a must-see full of culture, men, cheap restaurants and workshops. Encircled by large commercial buildings, Izmir Agora is just part of everyday scenery. Once an extremely popular stop on the Silk Road, the ancient Roman city of Ephesus has become one of the most popular spots in Izmir. Attracting almost 2 million tourists per year Izmir Tourism is one of the highest contributors of their GDP.

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Ankara

Ankara is the capital of the Republic of Turkey and is the second largest city of the nation. Ankara City is home to many universities and a huge number of historical relics and museums are present here, so much so that it can safely be called the City of Universities or the City of Museums. Many international tourists stop at Ankara just to visit the Museum of Anatolian Civilization which houses the rare and precious findings of human history dating back to the Paleolithic age. Ankara Turkey is quite resplendent in its share of attractions like these which are rare and not to be found elsewhere in the world.

Ankara tourism welcomes thousands of tourists across the world with warm hospitality and facilities that beckon a visitor to explore the city at his own pace. To give an example, the public transport system is extremely convenient for any newcomer to the city, with a great number of state owned as well as private buses, metro, subway, taxis that are widely available and not expensive. How can one talk about Ankara and not mention the mouth-watering Turkish delicacies? In fact, Ankara is the city where one should embark on a gastronomic cruise through the endless bistros, cafes, restaurants offering mezzes, baklava, kebabs, kofta-s, pide-s and not to forget the Turkish coffee at very affordable prices.

There is a thing in Ankara for tourists of all tastes - nature lovers, skiers, party hoppers, theatre goers. From lakes to ski resorts, night clubs  to ballet houses, Ankara caters to the needs of all its visitors. Few cities in the world are such a unique juxtaposition of history and the contemporary. While the Ankara Castle, Roman Baths tell stories about Ankara's history, the Atakule, Anitkabir, Kocatepe Mosque are emblems of its urban relevance. No wonder Ankara had a record breaking 51.9 million visitors in the year 2019.

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Mugla

Mugla is a beautiful province that is located in South West region of Turkey. Nestled on the Aegean Sea, it is a part of the Turquoise Coast and is majorly famed for its upscale resort towns such as Marmaris. Home to several picturesque beaches, (of which the most famous one is the Blue Lagoon), several historical sites and a popular holiday town of Bodrum, Mugla is known for its relaxed and compact atmosphere. As a result of it, it is regarded as a rarity for a Turkish provincial capital.

Boulevards fringing with plane tree and narrow streets that lead to a historic quarter, there are a number of historical sites that may catch your fancy here. Neatly white washed Ottoman houses seem very well preserved and there are also a number of tea gardens that are usually flocked with students from the nearby university. Mugla all in all makes for a pleasant and an easy reintroduction of the urban life of Turkey post a spell on the beach. Make a visit to this tourist attraction to see a never seen before representation of Turkey.  

 

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Nestled in Turkey's Cappadocia region, Gumusler Monastery is an ancient religious site from the Byzantine era. The word Gumusler stands for “Monastery of the Silver Stream”. This religious complex is situated near the Nigde, featuring several chapels, rock-cut churches and living quarters. All these are carved into the region's soft volcanic rock formations. 

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The Ari Burnu Cemetery, located in Gallipoli, Turkey, is a somber and hallowed ground that serves as a final resting place for soldiers who lost their lives during the Gallipoli Campaign in World War I. The cemetery offers a serene and reflective atmosphere, with rows of gravestones honoring the fallen soldiers. It stands as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made and provides a place for contemplation and remembrance.

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Ephesus is located near the modern village of Selcuk in western Turkey. After being ruined by disastrous earthquakes, the city is mostly in ruins and has become a famous archaeological site for tourists and historians. 

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Karaman Fortress, in the middle of Karaman, Turkey, is an interesting example of the area's mediaeval past and architectural skill. The impressive architecture of this stronghold, with well-preserved walls, courtyards, and towers that echo the grandeur of its past, charms tourists. When you enter the fortress, it's like going on a trip through time because every stone tells a story about a different time and the kings who walked its halls.

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The Library of Celsus in Turkey stands as a testament to advanced Roman culture and their intellectual spirit. This 2nd-century AD tomb library reflects its time's wide breadth of culture and intellectual pursuits. Representing ancient cultures, the building's design blends Roman, Greek, and Eastern styles.

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The Golden Horn is a historical marvel that spreads in the city of Istanbul, Turkey, separating the European side of Istanbul, the old city and the new city. Its name comes from its shape as a horn as well as the golden reflection it gives when the sun’s light drops on the water.

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Famously known as Artemisium, the Temple Of Artemis is an ancient Greek temple in Turkey. It is regarded as one of the ancient world’s seven wonders, where the main deity is the Greek goddess Artemis. Established in the 6th century BCE, this temple is an architectural masterpiece, displaying the grandeur of ancient civilization. 

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Turkey's Pamukkale is a stunning example of how beautiful and interesting nature can be. Travertines with mineral-rich thermal springs pouring down brilliant white slopes are almost unearthly. These terraces are often known as cotton or snow fields. They're odd, with milky blue ponds and dazzling white mineral deposits that look great together.

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The Grand Theatre stands out as an amazing piece of history in the beautiful ruins of Ephesus, Turkey. It shows the building brilliance of both the Greek and Roman cultures. From its beginnings in the Hellenistic period, this huge arena received major improvements and additions during the Roman era, turning into the grand structure that greets visitors today.

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A touching memorial to WWI Gallipoli's dead is the Beach Cemetery in Turkey. This Gallipoli Peninsula memorial is tragic. This sad memorial is on the Gallipoli Peninsula. That spot is calm and peaceful, where people can honour the dead and reflect on the past. Rows of spotless gravestones that honour the lives of soldiers lost while performing their duties may be seen along the landscape.

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Asil Efendi is a prestigious brand rooted in the rich heritage of the renowned Spice Bazaar, boasting a legacy of almost two centuries. It stands as an exquisite boutique specializing in Anatolian delicacies and crafts. Their extensive range of products, sourced from top-notch local producers, captivate with their exceptional flavors, aesthetic appeal, and the profound Anatolian history they preserve. Asil Efendi seamlessly blends culinary excellence and artisanal craftsmanship to deliver a truly remarkable experience for enthusiasts of Anatolian culture.

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"Three Beauties" is a renowned traditional Chinese painting created during the Ming Dynasty. Painted by Tang Yin, a celebrated artist, the artwork depicts three exquisite women leisurely enjoying themselves by a riverside. The painting captures the beauty of each woman with intricate brushwork and delicate details, making it a masterpiece that continues to enchant art enthusiasts worldwide.

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The Temple of Artemis in Turkey, also known as the Artemesium, was a majestic ancient Greek temple dedicated to the goddess Artemis. Located in Ephesus, it was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The temple stood as a magnificent architectural masterpiece, showcasing the grandeur of ancient civilization. Today, only ruins remain, serving as a reminder of its historical and cultural significance.

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Cehennemagzi Caves are basically a collection of three intriguing caves, namely Kilise cave, Herakleios cave and Ayazma cave. Also known as Hell's Mouth Caves, these caves are popular for their stunning natural allure, geological marvels, and historical intrigue.

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The Apollon Temple was a part of the ancient Greek city of Side and it dates back to the 7th century BC. Today, this town continues to have its ancient city walls, the resort and the stretch of sandy beaches that adorn the coastline.

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Chunuk Bair in Turkey is a popular historical site situated on the Gallipoli Peninsula. This site holds great historical significance as it is a location of important battles during World War I. The Chunuk Bair is a strategic vacant point commanding views over the entire peninsular region.

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The fifth biggest cave in the city, Gokgol Magarasi Cave has its 2,900 feet length open for the public to visit and explore. The cave is known popularly for its stunning natural allure, geological marvels, and rich cultural heritage.

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The St. Philippe Martyrion, located in Hierapolis, Turkey, is an ancient structure dedicated to the Christian martyr, St. Philip. Constructed in the 5th century AD, it served as a pilgrimage site for early Christians. Its grand architecture and historical significance make it a compelling destination for visitors exploring the rich heritage of the region.

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The Lone Pine Monument in Turkey commemorates the martyrs from the armed forces of Australia and New Zealand who fought in the First World War on the Gallipoli Peninsula. This is a monument that exists as a tribute to their bravery and is a symbol of remembrance and honour. The name of this monument gets its origin from the lone pine tree that was once a part of this battlefield.

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The Gaba Tepe Museum, also known as Kabatepe Museum or Gallipoli War Museum is dedicated to the Gallipoli Campaign of World War I. The museum is situated at the entrance of the Gallipoli National Park and is located on the Gallipoli Peninsula, overlooking the Northern Aegean Sea. The museum has an interesting collection of artefacts including weapons, military uniforms, photographs, private belongings and even bullet-pierced skulls of Turkish soldiers. It is a great place to learn about the Gallipoli Campaign, considered a significant turning point in the modern history of Turkey, Australia and New Zealand. 

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Turkey ranks high among the world's most visited tourist places. This varied nation has many landscapes, from the breathtaking Mediterranean coast to the majestic mountain ranges. You can find Ari Burnu Cemetery at ANZAC Cove's northern end.

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Istiklal Street, located in Istanbul, Turkey, is a vibrant pedestrian thoroughfare famous for its diverse shops, eateries, and cultural attractions. Lined with historic buildings, lively cafes, and bustling markets, it offers an immersive experience of Turkish urban life. Whether exploring the trendy boutiques or savoring traditional delicacies, Istiklal Street is a must-visit destination for travelers seeking the pulse of Istanbul.

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Basilica of Saint John is located in Selçuk, a small town near Izmir in Turkey. The architectural marvel is a symbol of spirituality, history, and cultural significance. The Basilica was built in the 6th century, under emperor Justinian I and his wife Theodora over the supposed site of the St. John Apostle's tomb. 



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The Lycian Rock Tombs in Turkey are ancient burial sites carved into cliffs. They date back to the Lycian civilization and offer a fascinating glimpse into the past. These impressive tombs were carved with great skill and precision, showcasing the rich heritage of the region. Visitors can explore these historical marvels and learn about the unique burial practices of the ancient Lycian people, making it a captivating archaeological site to visit.

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Discover the sacred sanctuary of the House of the Virgin Mary in Turkey. Believed to be the final dwelling place of the Virgin Mary, this revered pilgrimage site offers a serene and spiritual ambiance. Immerse yourself in the historical and religious significance of this ancient house, nestled amidst picturesque landscapes. A must-visit destination for believers and travelers seeking to connect with the profound spirituality and cultural heritage of the House of the Virgin Mary in Turkey.

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The Greek Temple of Apollo in Turkey is a captivating ancient site, steeped in history and mythological significance. Located in Side, the temple's impressive ruins offer a glimpse into the past, attracting history enthusiasts and curious travelers alike. Its architectural grandeur and cultural importance make it a must-visit destination for those seeking to explore the ancient wonders of Turkey.

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